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By Pranjal Sharma
In the 70 years of its independence, India has leapfrogged to become a high-growth economy fuelled by consumer technologies and advanced business.
Since smartphones and cloud computing became popular 5 years ago, the 4th industrial revolution has been creeping into almost all sectors of the Indian economy. Technologies like artificial intelligence, 3D printing, the Internet of Things (IoT), advanced robotics and neuroscience are transforming businesses faster than we realize.
Kranti Nation: India and the Fourth Industrial Revolution is the 1st book to chronicle, through more than 50 examples, how visionary leadership in Indian industry is deploying these technologies. From water pumps to railway coaches, telecom towers to warehouses, chai shops to burger chains and economic analyst Pranjal Sharma profiles organizations that have transformed their processes, products and services while delivering the best to consumers.
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About the Author
Pranjal Sharma is an economic analyst, advisor and columnist who focuses on technology, globalization and media. Kranti Nation: India and the Fourth Industrial Revolution is his debut book. He has written and edited books and papers on entrepreneurship, business transformation and economic policy.
Pranjal Sharma has held leadership positions in print and television media for over 25 years with organizations like the India Today Group, Times of India Group, CNBC Network 18 and Bloomberg UTV. He has served on the Global Agenda Council of the World Economic Forum for 8 years and is now a member of its Expert Network. He also guides projects on business intelligence and economic trend forecasting for Indian and global organizations.